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Avatar m tn most had more aggressive clinical courses than the average HIV infected person, with quick progression to overt AIDS. So these results probably do not apply, or apply even more rarely, to exposed persons without symptoms. * Fourth, the authors discuss only a single case of someone with a false-negative antibody test because the patient was taking a potent immunosuppressive drug (mycophenolic acid, used to prevent organ rejection in some transplant patients).
233488 tn?1310693103 On occasion when a study is published in a medical journal and I think it would be helpful to users of this Eye Forum I post it. A study of the above was published in The American Journal of Ophthalmology Volume 226 June 2021. Page 243. authors S Singh, L Downie, AJ Anderson The Authors are from the University of Melbourne, Australia. They studied 120 people with eye fatigue do to prolonged screen use (computers, iPad, cell phones, etc).
177275 tn?1511755244 Authors are Bonnie An Henderson, MD and Ivayla I. Geneva, MD, PhD The objective of this review was to provide a summary of the peer-reviewed literature on the etiologies of negative dysphotopsia that occurs after routine cataract surgery. A search of PubMed, Google Scholar, and Retina Medical identified 59 reports. Negative dysphotopsia has been associated with many types of intraocular lenses (IOLs), including hydrophobic and hydrophilic acrylic, silicone, and 1-piece and 3-piece designs.
Avatar n tn Patients were women who had Grave’s Disease, but who now had hypothyroidism due to thyroidectomy. The authors compared thyroxine (T4) to thyroxine plus triiodothryonine (T3) treatment. The author’s substituted 10 mcg of T3 for 50 mcg of T4. There was a significant decrease in free T4, but there was no significant change in T3 or TSH concentration. The authors’ concluded that treatment with T4 plus T3 increased mental functioning, but not on cognitive functioning.
Avatar f tn Ran into an article in the Journal for the American Academy of Family Practitioners published this month, telling doctors that Levothyroxine is the ONLY valid treatment for hypo and to trust the TSH. I called the Academy and was transferred to the editor of the Journal and advised him of the more current articles (that I published here) conducted and published in Europe and now published by the NIH.
Avatar f tn I have had all the neurologic examination neccesary to diagnose SFN and I noticed masses of skin tags forming around my neck under my breasts and hundreds of them forming down my spine. Understanding that SFN shows denervation in the epidermis, surely there must be a connection. This discussion is related to <a href='/posts/show/1225617'>Small Fiber Sensory Neuropathy</a>.
Avatar f tn If the pills can be split in half (some tell you not to), you can ask your doctor to prescribe double the strength with instructions to take half a pill. Double strength is usually little to no more expensive per tablet.
Avatar f tn Cao W, Yacoub S, Shiverick KT, Namiki K, Sakai Y, Porvasnik S, Urbanek C, Rosser CJ. Department of Urology, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, USA Journal: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, PNAS 2007 104:9445-9450 Title: Metabolic targeting of hypoxia and HIF1 in solid tumors can enhance cytotoxic chemotherapy Authors: Rob A. Cairns, Ioanna Papandreou, Patrick D. Sutphin, and Nicholas C.
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572651 tn?1530999357 If you haven't done so before, be sure to register at NARCOMS - North American Research Committee on MS - they gather patient data to share wit scientists worldwide. They are affiliated with the MS consortium. You can register at Once or twice a year they will ask you to fill out an online survey about your disease progression and lifestyle changes. This is a painless way to participate in research. The Consortium of MS Centers (mscare.
Avatar f tn I know that after infecting HIV it will take years to become AIDS. If assume i infect Hiv will i get sick easier during the incubation period?
Avatar m tn Study: Hepatitis Linked to Fibromyalgia; polyDNA Recommends Gene-Eden-VIR Against Latent HCV and HBV Published: November 28, 2013 7:49 AM A study published on September 25 in The International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medicine found that Fibromyalgia (FM) “prevalence was found to be as high as 25% in a single study of hepatitis B virus (HBV) carriers (1).” polyDNA recommends Gene-Eden-VIR to help the immune system target the latent HCV and HBV.
428506 tn?1296557399 “The trials, as designed, called for treatment effects considerably larger than the minimum clinically important differences (MCID) identified in other chronic illnesses, suggesting that the sample sizes were inadequate and the trials were very likely underpowered to detect the true underlying MCIDs,” DeLong and her co-authors wrote in the journal.
Avatar m tn Journals also contain what may be classified loosely as administrative content — editorial board and staff lists, instructions to authors, notices and announcements, and advertisements. At present, such content usually is available only in print or on an HTML page on a journal's web site. Few, if any, journals have it in XML form. We are developing XML tagging guidelines so that the administrative content can be included in the PMC archive as well.
Avatar n tn but your right about it making it harder to stop smoking, And yes its less healthy but not by much, the aids are waaay safer to use than actual tobacco, just not nearly as enjoyable and besides the nicotine content isnt enough to get a buzz off the patch/gum , unless your really sensitive to it
Avatar m tn Mental exhaustion may lead people to believe they are physical fatigued sooner than normal, a new study suggests. A United Kingdom study found that performing mentally fatiguing tasks before a physical exercise caused people to hit the wall faster than if they performed the same exercises while having a rested mind, even though the mental tiredness didn't affect the performance of the subjects' heart or muscles.